In brief will start a new week, but in Vaya Tele! we could not let that pass without making our traditional review of the highlights related to American television that has happened over the last seven days. Releases that work and others do not, which shall expire series, ‘Supergirl’ flying high or low of return dialing a number are just some of the issues of today. <-! More- ->
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Series that have just
SundanceTV has confirmed this week that the fourth season ‘ Rectify ‘ will be the last in the series, but his followers still have to wait until fall 2016 to view it. Moreover, it has not been the only deferred cancellation of these days, as TNT has announced that ‘ Rizzoli & Isles ‘ will also come to an end with his seventh season, which will consist of 13 episodes and will air on a date to be determined this summer. And do not forget that HBO also cleared all doubts about the sixth batch of episodes of ‘ Girls ‘ will also be the last.
‘Supergirl’ high back
The superheroine CBS managed to cut its progressive loss of follow-up with the last episode before the usual Christmas break and has now confirmed the recovery getting the best third data harvested to date for the series with 8.75 million viewers and a 1.9 in the ratings .
‘Trollhunters’ and reboot of ‘Voltron’ to Netflix
For Netflix grow every day to further strengthen and improve its position in the television market. This week highlights the news that is preparing a reboot of ‘Voltron’, an animated series of the 80’s in the line of ‘Transformers’ and ‘Robotech’. In addition, they also work on a new project supported by Guillermo del Toro .
It is entitled ‘Trollhunters’ and focuses on the story of two great friends who made an amazing discovery just below his people. ‘galavant’ becomes low minimum
It was nothing short of a miracle ABC decided to grant a second season to the fun ‘galavant’, but I’m pretty clear that something would have to happen very strange that we may have a third. The reason? Its premiere episode scored double minimum standard with a mere 3.2 million viewers and a 0.9 in the demo . Too bad, it has become and entertaining even crazier than before.
Irregular return of ‘New Girl’
The Fox sitcom has never known for great audience in number of viewers, so it is good news that the premiere of the fifth season has been achieved improve data for all episodes of the fourth season to gather around the TV to 3.33 million viewers . Unfortunately, the data also have their bad side, as ‘New Girl’ always got some pretty interesting figures in the demos and then lost track on the start of the fourth season, going from 1.7 to 1.4.
Some premieres work, but others do not
Still missing to reach the bulk of premieres midseason, but during the last seven days have released five series with a very different behavior depending on case. Sunday was the turn of ‘ Bordertown “and” Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life ‘, two new Fox comedy cheerfully -the first one we already crossing off as failures: The first achievement 2.34 million viewers and a 1.1 in the demo, while the second was made up 2.62 million and 1.2. If we consider that above normal is suffering a sharp downturn after its release, can almost be giving them for dead.
Neither he was too well ‘ The Shannara Chronicles ‘, MTV ambitious attempt to have their own ‘The Lord of the Rings’. His first episode, double length, barely exceeded one million viewers and had to settle for a 0.5 in the demo, exactly the same data managed by ‘Teen Wolf’. They are practically traced to data obtained by ‘Scream’ a few months ago, but I am convinced that the chain expected a lot more and also that there is a significant budgetary difference, so we’ll see if it ends up going beyond its first season .
The good news came on Thursday, as it was the day chosen by NBC to release ‘ Shades of Blue ‘, the procedural for personal brilliance of Jennifer Lopez ‘, and CBS to Launch Angel from Hell ‘. The first was the one that worked best as it scored a 1.8 in the demo and got a remarkable audience of 8.55 million viewers. For its part, the new CBS comedy remained in 8.13 million viewers and 1.6 in the ratings, slightly lower than those of ‘Mom’, which aired just before numbers.
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News Edition USA: Series that end, premieres that work (or not) and ‘Supergirl’ soars was originally published in Go Tele by Mikel Zorrilla .